Bodily Injury Claims
Know Your Rights to Get the Best Recovery Possible
Bodily injury claims are available to people involved in a Massachusetts car accident where they are not at fault. According to Massachusetts law, the driver of a vehicle must be negligent or reckless in the operation of their motor vehicle to be required to pay bodily injury damages to people they hurt. That means that a bodily injury claim can only be made against a person who drives in an unsafe way and causes an accident as a result.
By law, Massachusetts car insurance policies must have at least $20,000 in bodily injury coverage for each person injured with a cap of $40,000 in total paid per accident.
Insurance companies make their own determinations about who is at fault for a collision. If an insurance company decides that you are at fault for a collision, they will deny your claim for bodily injury benefits against their insured.
Comparative fault laws also apply to bodily injury claims in Massachusetts.
Insurance companies are stacked with professionals whose goal is to minimize the payments they need to make to you for your bodily injury claim. Speak to a professional today to make sure you also have an expert on your side. Hiring a lawyer to fight for you at no out-of-pocket cost is the smartest move you can make.
With over a decade of experience representing clients injured in car accidents, the professionals at the Law Offices of Samuel A. Segal know what it takes to get you the best recovery possible.
The time to file your claim is limited, so reach out to us today for your Free Consultation.
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